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destroyed part of the veteran's memorial plaza on schmitt island. and the marion city council will meet tonight to discuss adding two new fire stations. a new study says the town needs them due to population growth. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning news. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a day with a partly to mostly cloudy sky and much less wind. highs will generally range from 40-45 from north to south. while no major systems are in the offing for the next five days, there still remains a small shower chance for late tonight into tomorrow morning. this would drop less than a tenth of an inch of rainfall, if that. it'll also be windy again tomorrow.
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plan on cooler weather to move in for thursday and friday with temperatures rebounding back well above normal by sunday. next week continues to look unsettled with periodic chances for rainfall and highs surging well back into the upper 40s to lower 50s.today: mostly cloudy high: 40-46 winds: - se 5-15 alo: 42 dbq: 42 iow: 43tonight: isolated showers low: 36-42 winds: se 10-20 alo: 38 dbq: 37 iow: 40tomorrow: isolated am showers, windy high: 40-46 winds: sw 20-30 alo: 42 dbq: 45 iow: 45tomorrow night: mostly cloudy low: 24-30 winds: w 5-15 alo: 27 dbq: 26 iow: 28 a two-year-old boy's condition has some doctors a two-year-old boy's condition has some doctors stumped. in october, aircare rushed little liam young to university of iowa hospitals and clinics. but after he got there, doctors couldn't figure out what he had. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders joins us from morning. forrest, how is liam doing now? doctors say he's over the hill and on his way to recovery, but it was a long road
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liam coded and had to be resuscitated. after, liam's heart wasn't getting enough oxygen to the rest of his body. his liver, kidneys and more were shutting down. liam's skin developed bruises and blisters. his fingers and toes started turning black, many had to be amputated. doctors treated him with blood transfusions, dialysis and many antibiotics. in hindsight, they think it was an infection of some kind that got out of hand. meanwhile the medical bills are pilling up for liam's parents. " i've already gotten three folders with the explanations of benefits from our insurance company. it was just for the first week of him being sick, i mean tens of thousands of dollars and that's just for the basic stuff " relatives have set up a go fund me to help liam's parents pay medical bills. at last check, nearly 7- thousand had been raised. you can find a link in this story, on kcrg dot com. on top of that, liam loves
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trucks. some have been using the hash tag pulling for liam with a pic of their truck on twitter. the young family says liam has really enjoyed looking at all of them. live in the newsroom, forrest saunders, kcrg -tv9 news. the family of moe sed has set his funeral arrangements for this weekend. family and friends can attend a visitation sunday afternoon at waterloo's first united methodist church. and his funeral will be the next morning at first baptist church of waterloo. yesterday would have been sed's 19th birthday. the teen disappeared on october 22nd while riding his bike. a trapper found his body in the cedar river near gilbertville on sunday, december 6th. there's still been no word on what caused his death. a man faces a first degree murder charge after police say he shot and killed his girlfriend, who is from waterloo. 51 year old michelle key died sunday in hampton, iowa. officers responded to 621 1st street northeast around 5:45 that night for a suicidal person.
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police say they found key's body and arrested her boyfriend, 60 year old ronald rand. when you see news, call newsline nine. that number is 319-365-9999. you can also send pictures and videos to newsroom at kcrg dot com. thirteen candidates are gearing up for the g-o-p debate in las vegas tonight. c-n-n is partnering with facebook for the debate. donald trump will be located in the center of all the action for the main debate which starts at 7:30 on cnn. ben carson and ted cruz will be right next to him. in iowa right now, trump and cruz are in a virtual tie in the most recent fox poll. trump says he's not worried about cruz creeping up in the polls -- and he's sticking to his main talking points, like building a wall between the u-s and mexico. "" and i know how to build it. and i know how to get them to pay for it. it's very simple. folks, you're killing us. you're making too much money. now, the wall is going to cost $9 billion, okay? " tonight's moderator wolf blitzer says the
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paris terrorist attacks will dominate the questions tonight. four candidates that are polling lower will participate in a debate starting at five. former presidential candidate howard dean will be in iowa campaigning for hillary clinton today and tomorrow. dean ran as a 2004 democratic presidential nominee and also served as vermont's governor until 2003. clinton and dean will make several stops in central iowa before coming to the iowa city public library at 7:30 this evening. tomorrow afternoon, they will be at clinton's campaign offices in cedar rapids at 11:30 and davenport at 2:30. a state lawmaker says he will not seek re- election when his term ends in the house next year. republican quentin stanerson serves in district 95 which includes linn and buchanan counties. he's also a social studies teacher at north linn high school. he said his family and school district quote "sacrificed much in order for me to serve, but it is time for me to return home." iowa city is hosting an open
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to three longtime council members. council members rick dobyns, michelle payne and mayor matt hayek have served a combined 16 years of service. they will be stepping down at the end of the year. tonight's open house will be at city hall starting at 5:30 this evening. the cedar rapids city council and city manager are holding a farewell open house for city council member monica vernon this evening. vernon is running against rod blum in the 2016 congressiona l election. she served eight terms on the council. her open house is this afternoon at four at the city hall council chambers. dubuque will hold its second input meeting for a proposed new skate park tonight. the city would like to build a skate park that challenges beginners and experienced users. it would like ideas on what features people would like to see in the park and how they would like it designed. some concept ideas based on feedback from the first meeting will be on display. project leaders are still working to determine the location of the park. the meeting starts at six this evening in the majestic
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room at the five flags center. a new study shows marion needs two more fire stations. the city has doubled in size since this station opened up in 1991. the center of public safety excellence helps fire departments meet national accreditation requirements. within that process, the study showed areas of marion are not covered within an under four minute travel time. one fire station will be built off tower terrace road near linn-mar high school, and another near highway 13 and 35th avenue. marion's fire chief says these stations will help the department become more efficient. "we can better serve our citizens. what they took into account was the national fire protection agencies time of response what their goals are, and that's the national standard. that's what we want to achieve or even be better than." at tonight's marion city council meeting, the fire department will present the study to council members. if everything is accepted, city officials will begin
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selecting specific sites for the new stations. volunteer members of the dubuque police department will soon get new uniforms and equipment. it's thanks to a more than three thousand dollar grant from the... dubuque racing association. the dubuque auxiliary police say they greatly appreciate the funding the volunteer organization helps the police department whenever the needs arises. the faa is laying out the details on its new drone registration system. and facebook is letting users show their star wars excitement in preparation for the new movie. that's coming up in techbytes.
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plan on a day with a partly to mostly cloudy sky and much less wind. highs will generally
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no major systems are in the offing for the next five days, there still remains a small shower chance for late tonight into tomorrow morning. this would drop less than a tenth of an inch of rainfall, if that. it'll also be windy again tomorrow. plan on cooler weather to move in for thursday and friday with temperatures rebounding back well above normal by sunday. next week continues to look unsettled with periodic chances for rainfall and highs surging well back into the upper 40s to lower 50s.
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winds: - se 5-15 alo: 42 dbq: 42 iow: 43tonight: isolated showers low: 36-42 winds: se 10-20 alo: 38 dbq: 37 iow: 40tomorrow: isolated am showers, windy high: 40-46 winds: sw 20-30 alo: 42 dbq: 45 iow: 45tomorrow night: mostly cloudy low: 24-30 winds: w 5-15 alo: 27 dbq: 26 iow: 28
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and now here's abc's reena ninan and richard bacon with this morning's tech bytes. hey there. in today's "techbytes," registering drones.
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february for the hundreds of thousands of drones currently flying, but if you get one as a gift you'll have to register it right away. the faa registration website opens next monday. google maps rolling out new features. >> ios users will be able to pull up a store's holiday hours and a retailer's busiest time of day. facebook is getting in on the "star wars" excitement. >> click the try it button from the "star wars" account post and you can choose between the blue light saber, the color of the jedi or a red light saber. what's it going to be, richard? >> blue is mysettled. those are your "techbytes." >> have a great day, everyone. announcement: this storm promises to be the biggest of the decade. with total accumulation of up to three feet. roads will be shut down indefinitely. and schools are closed.
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the republican presidential contenders will meet for the fifth and final debate tonight. there will be two debates with the first starting at five and the second at 7:30 - both on cnn. the 13 candidates will have a chance to discuss topics like national security and global terrorism. andrew spencer shows us how candidates are preparing. the last republican debate of the year pits nine
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likely dominate the questioning. "the key issue, the most important issue facing the country right now, as far as terrorism is concerned, is the aftermath of what happened in paris, san bernardino. these individuals, they want to be president of the united states, the commander-in-chief, and we want...""...to make sure americans know where they stand." donald trump heads in with more support than ever: 41- percent nationally among likely republican voters according to a new monmouth university poll -- leading the next candidate, senator ted cruz -- by 27 points. presidential candidate "we're hearing all these announcers saying, 'well, who's going to take on trump, tonight?' 'who's going to hit trump hardest?'" "bring them on!" presidential candidate "yeah, i would say bring them on. who cares? what difference does it make?" the debate will draw contrast between the republican candidates, as some of them continue to also draw contrast with the other side of the aisle. presidential candidate "i still remain very proud of the field of people we have running: very strong candidates. the way i view it is we could have nine people on the stage, a few of others in the earlier debate -- not a single one of them is a socialist."i'm
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andrew spencer, reporting saudi arabia has announced a new anti- terror coalition. an announcement published by the state-run saudi press agency said the alliance will fight terrorism "by all means." the coalition includes 34 states from the middle east, asia and africa. it will have a joint operations center in saudi arabia's capital. typhoon melor has weakened as it crosses over the central philippines. but it left one man dead and a lot of areas without power. 730-thousand people evacuated before melor hit. the government weather bureau says the typhoon is packing wind gusts of up to 106 miles per hour. it's expected to weaken to a tropical storm by tomorrow. this december has definitely been warmer than what we're used to. and the warmer weather is causing some plants to start budding in the middle of winter. a master gardener gives his expertise. you're looking live on our city cam.
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look at your tuesday forecast.
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first alert forecast.
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and much less wind. highs will generally range from 40-45 from north to south. while no major systems are in the offing for the next five days, there still remains a small shower chance for late tonight into tomorrow morning. this would drop less than a tenth of an inch of rainfall, if that. it'll also be windy again tomorrow. plan on cooler weather to move in for thursday and friday with temperatures rebounding back well above normal by sunday. next week continues to look unsettled with periodic chances for rainfall and highs surging well back into the upper 40s to lower 50s.
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high: 40-46 winds: - se 5-15 alo: 42 dbq: 42 iow: 43tonight: isolated showers low: 36-42 winds: se 10-20 alo: 38 dbq: 37 iow: 40tomorrow: isolated am showers, windy high: 40-46 winds: sw 20-30 alo: 42 dbq: 45 iow: 45tomorrow night: mostly cloudy low: 24-30 winds: w 5-15 alo: 27 dbq: 26 iow: 28 thanks, kaj. warmer weather in december may be confusing trees, shrubs and plants in eastern iowa. master gardener larry dawson says early spring-blooming plants in particular may be confused about the season right
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now. he's spotted lilac bushes beginning to bud, and other plants in his garden starting to push out of the ground. if normal winter temperatures return soon, all that will stop without much harm. "we've got some plants that haven't winter killed yet and we've got some i did see the growth coming up and we're going to see that... plants react to warm weather and temperature more than the calendar." dawson says if the warm spell continues and some plants continue budding, the return of winter could nip those buds and impact flowering when spring actually arrives. scientists at the university of iowa are getting close to stopping a deadly disease. they're using mice in the hopes of stopping more outbreaks of the deadly ebola virus.
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good tuesday morning to you. you're looking live on our dubuque city cam today. a chilly start to your tuesday. it's december 15th and here's what you need to know today. 20-16 g-o-p presidential candidates are busy preparing this morning. they will face-off tonight, here, in las vegas for the final debate of 20- 15. doctors at the university of iowa hospitals and clinics are close to finding the cause of a mystery disease in one little boy from wisconsin. police in ames are searching for anyone who has information on the driver who killed an iowa state student from urbana. police in dubuque need the community's help in finding the vandals that destroyed part of the veteran's memorial plaza on schmitt island. and the marion city council will meet tonight to discuss adding two new fire stations. a new study says the town needs them due to population growth. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source,
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this is kcrg-tv9 news morning news. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a day with a partly to mostly cloudy sky and much less wind. highs will generally range from 40-45 from north to south. while no major systems are in the offing for the next five days, there still remains a small shower chance for late tonight into tomorrow morning. this would drop less than a tenth of an inch of rainfall, if that. it'll also be windy again tomorrow. plan on cooler weather to move in for thursday and friday with temperatures rebounding back well above normal by sunday. next week continues to look unsettled with periodic chances for rainfall and highs surging well back into the upper 40s to lower 50s.today: mostly cloudy high: 40-46 winds: - se 5-15 alo: 42 dbq: 42 iow: 43tonight: isolated showers low: 36-42 winds: se 10-20 alo: 38 dbq: 37 iow: 40tomorrow: isolated am showers, windy high: 40-46 winds: sw 20-30 alo: 42 dbq: 45 iow: 45tomorrow night: mostly cloudy low: 24-30 winds: w 5-15 alo: 27 dbq: 26 iow: 28 20-16 g-o-p presidential
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hopefuls are busy preparing with their teams this morning. 13 candidates will be on stage here tonight in las vegas for the last republican debate of 20- 15. donald trump will still take the center podium as the front-runner in the debate tonight. this time, ted cruz and ben carson will be on either side of him. the latest national survey from monmouth university has trump with 41 percent support from republican and republican-leaning voters. trump says he knows that the other candidates will be coming after him. c-n-n will host the debate. four candidates will take part in the early debate at five o'clock iowa time. the top nine will face off in primetime at 7:30. police in dubuque are now asking for help to find the person who drove through a
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veteran's memorial, causing 15-thousand dollars in damage. police say sometime on friday night or early saturday morning, someone drove a dark colored s-u-v through the grass and into veteran's memorial plaza on schmitt island. tire tracks show the driver continued toward a set of memorial benches, hitting several and smashing one into several pieces. "why would you mess up a veteran's place when they are the ones who got you freedoms and stuff right now? " police say the person responsible could be charged with felony criminal mischief. dubuque - jo daviess county crime stoppers is offering a one thousand dollar reward in this case. contact dubuque police if you have any information. iowa city police are looking for the man who robbed a kum and go. it happened at 513 south riverside drive just before 11 yesterday morning. police say the suspect tried to steal a bank bag from someone who was outside the store. the robber then bit a bystander who tried to help.
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this is a picture of that suspect. he got away, but not with the money. if you have any information, call iowa city area crimestopper s. when you see news, call newsline nine. that number is 319-365-9999. you can also send pictures and videos to newsroom at kcrg dot com. people wanting coverage under the affordable care act to start january 1st need to sign up by today. according to healthcare- dot-gov, the biggest surge in sign-ups comes in the days leading up to the deadline each year. officials say even if you already signed up on the healthcare marketplace last year, you should go back on healthcare-dot-gov and update your information. the fee for those that don't have health insurance is going up in 2016. it's 6-hundred-95 dollars per adult and 3- hundred-47 dollars per child under 18 or two and half percent of your annual household income, whichever is higher. since the beginning of the open enrollment, close to three million people have signed up. some people still have questions about
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changes to iowa's medicaid system. last night, governor branstad's office held an informational meeting in dubuque. several people in the audience asked staff for clarification on how to sign up for the new privatized program. others said they're nervous their health care providers won't sign an agreement with one of the four companies that will oversee the program. staff says there's a six- month grace period to allow for adjustments after the changes take effect january 1st. a two-year-old wisconsin boy is recovering at the university of iowa hospitals and clinics after nearly dying from a disease doctors called a mystery. liam young has gone through more medical treatments than some people do their entire lives and still has more to go. he's been in the hospital since late october. tv9's forrest saunders joins us at the desk this morning. forrest, have doctors figured it out what caused all the trouble? not 100%, but they have a good idea. if they're right, it's something that could
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from louisburg, wisconsin. like any little boy, liam young likes to think his dad is the strongest man in the world.dad, chris young, thinks it's just the opposite: "if i had half the strength of him, i'd be the second strongest man in the world that i knew."that's because little liam has been through a lot since late october. he came down with symptoms a lot like the flu, fever and nausea. things seemed to get better for a moment, but by the weekend liam was still weak. his parents took him to a dubuque hospital. "the doctor, he just came in the room. he looked at liam and looked at me and he was like, 'i already called the helicopter, they're on their way. he's critically ill.'" once liam arrived at uihc, things got worse. he coded and had to be resuscitated. after, liam's heart wasn't getting enough oxygen to the rest of his body. his liver, kidneys and more were shutting down. liam's skin developed bruises and blisters. his fingers and toes started turning black, many had to be amputated. his doctors were unsure of the cause. "looking back at the charts and talking to our colleagues in pediatrics, it's
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still a mystery. sometimes you start treatment without a diagnosis."that treatment involved blood transfusions, dialysis, a bunch of antibiotics and more. meanwhile, the bills have pilled up after nearly two months in the hospital. and insurance only goes so far. to help, a relative setup a go fund me page, which at last check has raised near 7- thousand for hospital bills. "it's unknown right now what it's going to be. but i look at the kid and it's worth every penny of it." doctors believe liam is over the worst of it, saying he's in recovery. in the end, they think it was an infection that got out of hand, perhaps after a small cut crossed with common bacteria "we carry them on our skin and in our gi tract. sometimes they just get out of control." the goal is to get liam home for christmas. that would make his dad happy, who says this year his gift was strength given by his son. "every night before we go to bed, i tell liam, when i grow up i just want to be as strong as what you are. he looks at me like, 'ok dad.'" there is a go fund me page, that
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help liam's parents pay medical bills. at last check, people have given about $7,000 bucks. you can find that link inside this web story on kcrg dot com. another cool thing, liam is a big fan of trucks. a hashtag has been created called pulling for liam. people have been using it to post pics of their trucks on twitter, which liam has loved checking out. scientists at the university of iowa have found what might be the answer to stopping ebola outbreaks for good. u-i researchers used an f-d-a approved drug to prevent the infection in mice. it's called "gamma interferon" , and it uses a protein already in the human body. researchers say if they gave the mice the drug 24 hours before or after exposure, they were protected from the virus. while other treatments have only worked to prevent one of five ebola
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strains, this is the first drug that worked on all of them. researchers say this offers hope. "it is relatively inexpensive to produce so it might be available to third world countries to be able to utilize were another outbreak to take place." in future experiments, the team will lengthen treatment and expand testing to primates. the waterloo school board has authorized february second as the date for a 47-million dollar bond issue. the district would use money for career and technical education programs in a new 35 million dollar career center. waterloo east and west high schools would also receive six million dollars for renovations. february second is also the date when people in the college community school district will vote on a 49 and a half million dollar bond issue.
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narrowly rejected last april. but the district has rearranged existing bond debt so property owners would pay a smaller tax increase with this new plan. the money would allow the district to add classroom space to prairie high school. still to come this morning, it's back to business as usual at the governor's office today in des moines. but that's only after a night of celebrating the nation's longest serving governor in history. up next... this morning's weather wise question. meteorologist kaj o'mara is up right after the break. it's ---. first alert storm team
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joins us now. plan on a day with a partly to mostly cloudy sky and much less wind. highs will generally range from 40-45 from north to south. while no major systems are in the offing for the next five days, there still remains a small shower chance for late tonight into tomorrow morning. this would drop less than a tenth of
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an inch of rainfall, if that. it'll also be windy again tomorrow. plan on cooler weather to move in for thursday and friday with temperatures rebounding back well above normal by sunday. next week continues to look unsettled with periodic chances for rainfall and highs surging well back into the upper 40s to lower 50s.today: mostly cloudy high: 40-46 winds: - se 5-15 alo: 42 dbq: 42 iow: 43tonight: isolated showers low: 36-42 winds: se 10-20 alo: 38 dbq: 37
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iow: 40tomorrow: isolated am showers, windy high: 40-46 winds: sw 20-30 alo: 42 dbq: 45 iow: 45tomorrow night: mostly cloudy low: 24-30 winds: w 5-15 alo: 27 dbq: 26
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thanks kaj. lots of people will be heading
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today. there's a big deadline for those who haven't sent out their holiday packages and greeting cards. that and more still to
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a judge will hear arguments today about whether lawson chadwick's trial should be moved to a different county. chadwick is facing several charges including vehicular homicide in the death of a city worker during a police chase in april. chadwick claims that pre-trial publicity won't give him a fair trial in linn county. he also says gossip in the community will prejudice potential jurors. police were trying to pull over chadwick in april for registration violation when he drove off. he crashed into a city water division vehicle in the area of 16th avenue and 9th street southwest. stephen cook of palo died in the crash. the city has dedicated two conference rooms in memory of cook. chadwick's trial is set for march 7th. ames police are trying to find the driver who hit and killed an iowa state student from urbana. police say an officer found 18-year-old emmalee jacobs in the road yesterday morning on the south side of the campus. emergency crews took jacobs to a hospital, where she later died. police believe it was an hit and run because of
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"this morning about that time, it was still dark. it was raining pretty hard at that point and so that could have all played into what happened, but again there's never a reason for someone to leave the scene of an accident." investigators say they have not found any witnesses and have not made any arrests. john deere is laying off more than nine hundred workers at plants in iowa and illinois. the company says that includes 45 workers at the john deere foundry in waterloo. deere cut more than 11- hundred jobs in the midwest last summer as the farm economy slowed. the layoffs are effective january 18th. deere is also laying off workers in ankeny and east moline. the company says falling grain prices continue to hurt its sales. in november, company officials said they expect sales to fall seven percent next year. governor branstad is back to work this morning after a full day and night of celebration yesterday. the longest serving governor in american history made his rounds, greeting supporters at a celebration in his honor at
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the iowa state fair grounds last night. some high-profile republicans and democrats congratulate d the governor, including senator chuck grassley and former representativ e leonard boswell. the u-s postal service says today is the last day to send a package at regular rates and expect delivery before christmas. people waited in long lines yesterday to ship holiday packages, letters and cards. the postal service says it expects to deliver about 15 and a half billion items during the holiday season. monday, december 21st will be the busiest day for holiday mail deliveries. now here's our morning mugshot on your tuesday. iowa realty is collecting donations for families helping families of iowa this holiday season. help fill the needs of children in the foster care system by donating a toy, school supplies or baby items. you can drop off donations to any iowa realty office. you can also donate money at any office. families helping families helps provide
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opportunities for those in the foster care community. if you have a non-profit event or organization you'd like to see featured... send us an e-mail... mugshot at kcrg-dot-com.
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here's what you need to know as you head out the door this morning. 20-16 g-o-p presidential hopefuls are preparing for the final debate of the year this morning. donald trump is still the front-runner. four candidates will take the stage in las vegas for the early debate at five. the top nine will face off
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at 7:30. that's on c-n-n. a judge will hear arguments today about whether lawson chadwick's trial should be moved to a different county. he faces several charges including vehicular homicide in the death of a city worker during a police chase in april. chadwick claims that pre-trial publicity won't give him a fair trial in linn county. people wanting coverage under the affordable care act to start january 1st need to sign up by today. officials say even if you have already signed up on the healthcare marketplace last year, you should go back on healthcare dot gov and update your information. 15 you can catch high school hoops tonight on kcrg 9- point-2. the cedar rapids washington warriors will host the kennedy cougars in a double header. tip-off for the girls game will be at six, followed by the boys. again, all of that is on kcrg 9-point-2. now, one last look at this morning's weather, kaj... plan on a day with a partly to mostly cloudy sky and much less wind. highs will generally range from 40-45 from north to
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no major systems are in the offing for the next five days, there still remains a small shower chance for late tonight into tomorrow morning. this would drop less than a tenth of an inch of rainfall, if that. it'll also be windy again tomorrow. plan on cooler weather to move in for thursday and friday with temperatures rebounding back well above normal by sunday. next week continues to look unsettled with periodic chances for rainfall and highs surging well back into the upper 40s to lower 50s. today: mostly cloudy high: 40-46 we certainly hope your is off to a good start. good morning america is next. and we'll be back with a local news update at 7:25. also make sure to join us at
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good morning, america. dramatic showdown on the las vegas strip as donald trump and his supporters face off against protesters overnight. >> get your hands off me! [ bleep ] >> as trump prepares to go head to head with his republican rivals in that crucial debate tonight. >> it's gonna be big and they're all coming after me. >> the gop front-runner reaching new highs in our later poll. and why many are talking about what trump's doctor said about his health. the fbi busts a disturbing new isis plot. a maryland man arrested for
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